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Application Guideline for Taking e-Courses
(Fall Semester of Academic Year 2017)


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e-Courses Offered

    MANAGEMENT OF EMERGING BUSINESSES ( Jiro Kokuryo, Masaki Umejima ) 2 credits
    Jiro Kokuryo

    Masaki Umejima

    The course summary for 2016 (The course summary for 2017 will be available in September.)

    With an aim at educating international technology entrepreneurs, and an intention to invite overseas guests, this course's official language is English. This class will provide you with business plan writing skills, guest lecture by international business leaders, business case discussions, and exercises to make new business plans. In this class, some lectures are shared with SOI Asia[http://www.soi.asia/] , which connects 29 leading universities in Asia, and students are recommended to entry SOI Asia Business Plan Contest.

    * This course is conducted in English.

    DESIGNING LOW-CARBON SOCIETY
    ( Wanglin YAN, Hikaru Kobayashi, Makoto Kato, Naoki Matsuo )
    2 credits
    Wanglin YAN
    Hikaru Kobayashi

    Naoki Matsuo
    The course summary for 2016 (The course summary for 2017 will be available in September.)

    You will study fundamental knowledge both in terms of science and policies necessary to understand key issues involved in, and approaches to designing low-carbon societies, including:
    1. Scientific understanding of climate change, its impacts, science and policy interface, global greenhouse gas emissions and their future projections based on different socio-economic scenarios.
    2. Integration of climate change policies into development in developing countries in Asia,
    3. Political processes of building international regime to tackle climate change, current negotiations on post-2012 climate regime and their challenges,
    4. Key considerations in designing emissions trading and other important policy instruments,
    5. Carbon accounting and carbon management, and
    6. Corporate, local and national climate actions.

    * This course is conducted in English.

    DESIGNING ENVIRONMENTAL BUSINESS ( Hikaru Kobayashi, Naoki Matsuo,Mari Yoshitaka ) 2 credits
    Hikaru Kobayashi

    Naoki Matsuo
    Mari Yoshitaka
    The course summary for 2016 (The course summary for 2017 will be available in September.)

    Integrated progress in environmental, economic and social aspects of society is required to shift to low-carbon society as well as sustainable society. Enhancement of the role performed by business sector is essential to achieve this. This subject aims to establish the fundamental viewpoint of businesses acting to build a low-carbon as well as sustainable society and develop eco-business, with particular attention on basic and practical methods used to build eco-business.

    * This course is conducted in English.

    FAMILY BUSINESS MANAGEMENT ( Yoshinori Isagai ) 2 credits
    Yoshinori Isagai The course summary is Japanese only. Please refer to Japanese Page.

    * This course is conducted in Japanese


    INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ( Michio Umegaki ) 2 credits
    Michio Umegaki The course summary for 2016 (The course summary for 2017 will be available in September.)

    There are three points about this course I would like to call your attention to.
    1) First, this course uses "Japan" as a point of reference for our examination. After all, we are sitting in Japan which occupies a rather unique spot in International Relations: a country with its economy ranking the third among all national economies while maintaining a position that war does not pay. International Relations, viewed from that Japan deserve our close scrutiny.
    2) Second, our examination of International Relations moves among key policy issues such as nuclear arms control, poverty reduction, territorial disputes and the like. You are familiar with some of them and not so with others.
    And finally 3) International Relations is the area also where we can examine important normative as well as analytical puzzles such as why man engages in a war whose cost clearly outweighs its gains. For this purpose, we draw some theoretical insights for International Relations from various disciplines such as cognitive psychology, behavioral economics, or classical polit philosophy.

    * This course is conducted in English.

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